. and the pope's former butler sentenced to 18 months. he was convicted of stealing the pontiff's private documents, and leaking them to a journalist. but the former butler is expected to get a pardon from the pope. >>> plus, a tour bus coming from canada, filled with 60 passengers overturns on a new jersey highway. police say at least 12 people were hurt, the cause of the crash is still unclear ♪ >> gregg: new economic concerns for folks on main street. despite a drop in september's job report from 8.1 to 7.8% but if you look at the chart. there you have it, monthly job growth in terms of hard numbers, remains pretty lackluster. so, while the overall jobless number may have been proved fractionally -- improved fractionally, voters are facing troubling economic factors that give them cause for concern when they cast their ballot. the founder of left action and president of palinko consulting and, a former spokesman joins us, for george bush. and household income is down $3040 since the recession ended and food inflation is way up, and, that is the price of groceries, up 60 basis points.